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Hoodman RAW Steel Class 7 16GB CompactFlash Card, 1000x High Speed

SKU: HNRAW16HS7CF MFR: HS7CF16

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  • UDMA 7 Speed Class
  • 150MB/s (1000x)
  • Holds 16GB
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About Hoodman 16GB UDMA 7 CF

The Hoodman RAW Steel Class-7 16 GB CompactFlash Card features SSD flash inside. SSD (Solid State Drive) Flash is designed to replace hard drives in computers, it is the most stable, reliable flash you can put in A CompactFlash Memory Card. SSD lasts through 500,000 (half a million) cycles of life. One cycle of life equals filling the memory card and then reformatting the card. Using this state-of-the-art technology keeps RAW CF cards shooting 490,000 times beyond the point where its competitors fail.

The Hoodman RAW Compact Flash Card is a UDMA Mode 7 device, which maximizes the performance of cameras using the UDMA protocol. UDMA cards will work with both non-UDMA and UDMA-enabled devices. UDMA will also dramatically increase the card-to-computer transfer rates when paired with a UDMA-enabled reader.

Hoodman 16GB UDMA 7 CF Specifications

Card Type
CF TYPE 1
Capacity
16GB
Class Rating
UDMA7
Speed Rating
1000X
Read Speed
150mb/s
Write Speed
120mb/s
Operating Temp
0deg.C-70deg.C
Storage Temp
-25deg.C-85deg.C
Dimensions
0.43 x 36 x 3.3 mm / 0.017" x 1.42" x 0.13"
Mfr #
HS7CF16
SKU
HNRAW16HS7CF
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john f  WE"LL this card be good for canon eos 5 mark 11?
ALAN A  Yes, I am currently using a 32GB in my Mark III but I had several of the Hoodman cards that I used in a Mark II. While at first blush they may seem to be more expensive than other "Pro" brands... unlike the other brands (Lexar, Sandisk etc) to my knowledge Hoodman has never had a field failure of one of their cards. The question photographer must answer is ... How much are your pictures worth to you?
john f  WE"LL this card be good for canon eos 5 mark 11?
ALAN A  Yes, I am currently using a 32GB in my Mark III but I had several of the Hoodman cards that I used in a Mark II. While at first blush they may seem to be more expensive than other "Pro" brands... unlike the other brands (Lexar, Sandisk etc) to my knowledge Hoodman has never had a field failure of one of their cards. The question photographer must answer is ... How much are your pictures worth to you?
john f  WE"LL this card be good for canon eos 5 mark 11?
ALAN A  Yes, I am currently using a 32GB in my Mark III but I had several of the Hoodman cards that I used in a Mark II. While at first blush they may seem to be more expensive than other "Pro" brands... unlike the other brands (Lexar, Sandisk etc) to my knowledge Hoodman has never had a field failure of one of their cards. The question photographer must answer is ... How much are your pictures worth to you?
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